Want to get along with recruiters? This is what they want to hear.
All that stands between you and a job interview at a bank is a chat with a recruiter. What could go wrong? Plenty.
You're interviewing with Goldman Sachs. Congratulations. Know this first.
Willis Towers Watson is hiring for this innovative and expanding UK-based team.
What's the terminal growth rate? Add up all the numbers between 0-100... What's wrong with the UK economy? What's a compression algorithm? Etc.
Suddenly, it's become hard to ask about a candidate's P&L.
It never pays to talk smack about a previous boss or employer in a job interview. It simply never makes you look good as a candidate.
Here are examples of candidates’ terrible, no-good, very bad Wall Street interview failures, all of which were self-inflicted.
The private banking interview process is gruelling – here's how to make it through.
Here are tips to impress the person conducting that first Wall Street job interview and avoid shooting yourself in the foot.
A senior manager at a rival bank wants to ‘interview’ you, but it’s not part of a formal hiring process. Should you be suspicious?